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Alexa, does my bum look big in this?

Alexa, does my bum look big in this?
Amazon’s ‘Echo Look’ has just been shown to provide a virtual assistant to those frantic women that need help on their daily outfit choices first thing in a morning. The Alexa embedded device which includes a camera for hands-free photos or videos of you posing or twirling, works as a standalone selfie machine so you can see yourself in a full-length view to check every angle of your outfit.
24th May 2017

Save your battery and charge in safety

Save your battery and charge in safety
Changing the way people are charging their devices is BrightCharger, which is an innovative quality charger that automatically stops devices from charging when they are full. This protects battery lifespans, decreases hazards and eliminates energy wastage. The device also functions as a low energy consumption nightlight.
23rd May 2017

Why does Smart Metering need next‑gen cellular technology?

Why does Smart Metering need next‑gen cellular technology?
Not being the most obvious application for next-generation cellular technology, smart metering can be beneficial. Utility metres don’t need the high data speeds of up to 100Mbps that are designed for consumer mobile video streaming. The amounts of sent data are small, the speed of transmission is not critical and low power operation is desirable.
22nd May 2017


Network appliance powered by Apollo Lake processors

Network appliance powered by Apollo Lake processors
The NCA-1031, powered by the Intel Atom x7-E3950 or x5-E3930 processor, is a desktop form factor network appliance designed for entry-level network security, gateway or vCPE. Intel’s Atom E3900 series CPUs aim to handle the rapid and ever growing complexity of network infrastructures by delivering the much needed compute performance and power efficiency for edge security deployment.
19th May 2017

I want a photography tutorial... and make it snappy!

I want a photography tutorial... and make it snappy!
If you take a look at Apple’s YouTube account you will find in its most recent uploads, the company is trying out something a little different, but so exciting. Rather than adding more videos and ads about how great the iPhone is, there are a series of short tutorials that have been published about how to actually use the camera.
17th May 2017

NHS cyber attack highlights problems with business IT

NHS cyber attack highlights problems with business IT
A patch which may have prevented the NHS ransomware attack was made available to the organisation a month ago, it has emerged. The widespread use of unsupported Windows XP operating systems is thought to have provided an entry-point for hackers to infect computers with ransomware software, effectively paralysing large parts of the NHS. The attack brings into relief the scale of vulnerabilities which can develop as systems are not kept up to date.
16th May 2017

Compact RPMA module for the Machine Network

Compact RPMA module for the Machine Network
One of the smallest modules for the Machine Network, based on RPMA (Random Phase Multiple Access), a low power wide area (LPWA) technology, has been announced by u-blox: SARA S200. The Machine Network is a wireless network built by Ingenu, the creators of RPMA technology, exclusively for Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
15th May 2017

Professional grade tablet designed for precision agriculture

Professional grade tablet designed for precision agriculture
In collaboration with u-blox, Panasonic has announced the launch of what it claims to be the world’s first tablet using centimetre-level RTK-GNSS technology. Toughpad, the newly born version of Panasonic’s professional grade notebooks family, is specifically designed for precision agriculture, machine control and robotic guidance applications in harsh environments and conditions. Embedded in the tablet is a u-blox NEO-M8 GNSS receiver module delivering high integrity and precision in demanding applications worldwide.
10th May 2017

IIoT RTLS solution enables indoor positioning of RTPs

H&D Wireless, now current for listing at the Stockholm stock exchange, has announced the launch of GEPS for Industry, H&D Wireless’s new IoT enterprise indoor real time localization service (RTLS) of Returnable Transport Packages (RTP), specifically developed for the manufacturing industry to support its path to digitalization.
9th May 2017

Analysis of WiFi data generates 3D images of the vicinity

Analysis of WiFi data generates 3D images of the vicinity
Scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed a holographic imaging process that depicts the radiation of a WiFi transmitter to generate 3D images of the surrounding environment. Industrial facility operators could use this to track objects as they move through the production hall. Just like peering through a window, holograms project a seemingly three-dimensional image.
5th May 2017


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center
Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
United Kingdom London